|Rag Radio 05-25-2010 / Documentary Photographer Alan Pogue - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
-Conversation with Alan Pogue about photography as journalism and art, Alan's career, the Sixties and social change, and The Rag, Austin's underground newspapers in the 60s-70s. Guest: Alan Pogue, renowned award-winning photojournalist, social activist, and author -- and recent inductee into the Austin Arts Hall of Fame. Alan was the staff photographer at The Rag and is a contributor to The Rag Blog...
Keywords: Underground Press; Photography; Alan Pogue; Photojournalism; The Rag; Thorne Dreyer; The Rag Blog; Sixties
|Rag Radio 2009-09-29 / The Rag & the Underground Press - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
-The story of The Rag, Austin’s influential underground paper (1966-1977), and the historic role of the Sixties underground press. Guests: *Alice Embree - a founder of The Rag, leader in 60’s New Left and women’s movement. Austin activist. Board member of New Journalism Project and contributor to The Rag Blog. *Jeffrey Shero Nightbyrd – a founder of Austin’s Sixties underground paper, The Rag, and editor of the Austin Sun and New York’s RAT...
Keywords: The Rag; Underground Press; Jeffery Nightbyrd; Alice Embree; Alan Pogue; James Retherford; Thorne Dreyer; Sixties; Rag Radio; Jeff Shero
|People United - July 6, 2012 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features a conversation broadcast live about veterans' issues with five veterans of US wars. Alan Pogue of Veterans for Peace and Marco Antonio Orrantia, David Thomas and Guillermo Villarreal of the local Welcome Home, Iraq Veterans, Executive Committee spoke in the KOOP Studio in Austin, Texas, with Maggie Martin of Iraq Veterans Against the War joining the discussion by telephone from Under the Hood Cafe in Killeen, Texas.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Maggie Martin; Iraq Veterans Against the War; IVAW; Operation Recovery; Under the Hood Cafe; Service Women's Action Network; SWAN; Alan Pogue; Veterans for Peace; Vietnam Veterans Against the War; VVAW; Oleo Strut; Killeen; Marco Antonio Orrantia; David Thomas; Guillermo Villareal; Welcome Home; Iraq Veterans; military veterans; war veterans; Iraq; Afghanistan; Vietnam; US wars; returning soldiers; parade; job fair; resource fair; peace movement; resources; redeployment; traumatized soldiers; traumatized veterans; suicide; domestic violence; post-traumatic stress disorder; traumatic brain injury; sexual trauma; sexual violence; sexual assault; rape; sexual harrassment; criminal investigation; military culture; patriarchy; feminism; shared experience; counseling; healing; community; activism; history; current events
|People United - March 2, 2012 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features Thorne Dreyer, the editor of _The Rag Blog_ as well as the host of KOOP Radio's own _Rag Radio_, and Alice Embree, a contributing editor to _The Rag Blog_, on the earlier publication they helped found, _The Rag_, an underground newspaper published in Austin, Texas, from 1966 to 1977. They spoke at the Public Affairs Forum at the 1st Unitarian Universalist Church in Austin on February 19, 2012.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Thorne Dreyer; Alice Embree; The Rag; Rag Reunion; The Rag Blog; Rag Radio; underground newspaper; underground press; Underground Press Syndicate; alternative newspaper; alternative press; alternative journalism; independent media; mainstream media; The Daily Texan; University of Texas at Austin; John McMillan; Smoking Typewriters; the New Left; counterculture; activism; personal liberation; popular culture; politics; social movements; Civil Rights Movement; anti-war movement; Vietnam War; LGBT; women's rights; women's movement; feminism; sexual liberation; gay rights; LGBT; direct action; participatory democracy; Tom Hayden; Port Huron Statement; Students for a Democratic Society; Movement for a Democratic Society; Mariann Wizard; Alan Pogue; 1960s; Sixties; Lucian Villasenor; Occupy UT; Occupy Austin; Occupy Wall Street; Occupy movement; Public Affairs Forum; 1st Unitarian Universalist Church; Bonny Gardner; Jim Letchworth; race; class; gender; history; current events